The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 10
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April 2, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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MASON CITY GLOBE i il ' J l 1.1 HOUSE TO TALK f IN DES MOINES ^Democratic Committee Head 11_ i to Invade Republican M Strongholds. "*' WASHINGTON, Apr! 1 2. _ c mto republican"sti-ongholds Chair- n( naa-Sh'ouse'of .the deinooratic na- Qdonal executive ^committee next ·week will carry His party's formal opening-of the 1932'campaign. ± \ Three speeches by-the democrat-the first in Des Moines next Tuesday f--wlti mark the official beginning jpf the campaign designed to dis- Oodge republicans from the presi- j penoy and control of congress. fVhether. the . republicans already nave lost congress cannot be ascertained definitely until the next de!- jcately-Tmlanced assembly meets in December. . Local Situations. · 1 _ In his three addresses, Shouse said, he will "discuss the local situations as well as what has been accomplished by the party further east, ,to indicate the significance of , last November's elections, to report on what the executive committee and the . national committee are doing and have done,- arid to outline as far as possible the plans for the campaign of 1932." After speaking before the democratic state and city organizations in Des Moines, Shouse plans to go to Los Angeles April 13 to attend a "Jeffersonian day," to San Francisco three days later for a dinner sponsored by the democratic club' of California and to Seattle April 18 -GAZETTE for,a : Washington state committee session. Staunch G. O. P. States. Shouse will be invading three states where his party's efforts last November to upset republicans met with results not all-satisfying to democrats. . While Shouse said he would emphasize economic questions, some southern democrats are apprehensive th'at he will attempt to sell the western states on the anti-prohibition plank suggested by Chairman Raskob of the national committee. Nashua Man Held to Jury on Dry Count NASHUA, April 2.--George Nim- mers, whose home was raided two weeks ago and a "small quantity of liquor found and who was taken to New Hampton, waived preliminary, hearing and was bound over to the ; grand jury to the May term of the district court under $1,OOT bonds.-Mrs. March!a Bean, whose home was raided at the same time and a small quantity of liquor found upon her person, was fined $360. She has not yet been able to raise her fine. \ Buffalo Center Students Will Compete in Contest BUFFALO CENTER, April 2.-The district music contest will be beld at Esthervllle and the boys' sextet, tenor solo and soprano' solo will represent the .Buffalo Center school. Each of. these won first place at the contest held at Ledyard. The contestants are under the direction of. Miss'Alma Jean" Henrichs, instructor in music in the schools. APRIL 2 ·· 1931 ANOTHER STRIDE IN TELEVISION Credited with one of the world's most important contributions to the science of television, U. A. Sanabria (right), 24 year old engineer of Chicago, astonished older scientists by the size and clarity of the pictures ho reproduced with his apparatus. Picture at left shows Sanabria's machine which ia much too ponderous and expensive for home use at present, but the young inventor hopes to develop it to a stnse whore it will be within reach of all. · Popular Strip Pumps . In Black Kid. Splendid fitting patterns with medium or high heels. : ' · . · . . $7:50 $ 10 Watersnake Ties Genuine skins with contrasting trim. Cuban heels. A style for many needs. Peacock Styles of exclusive'design and rare beauty. This "Greta" style Is a'dainty new model shown in satin kid or fUe cloth. Most Styles *10 ATHENA. MODEL "Arch Preserver" One of the new light weight models. Black kid with punched vamp!--Cubau heels. "Arlene" A snappy new spring model h the putty shade. One of many new models priced at MEN'S SHOES that are correct In style--substantial . . . and the greatest values for many years. "Arch Preservers" "Bostonians" "Freemans" $ 12 50 *5 $ 6 Footwear You Will Be Proud to Own and Wear Nichols Green 'Where the Good Shoes Come From" Funeral Services for Mrs. Klapperich Are Held at Meyer STACYVILLE, April 2.--Word was received here by relatives of the death of Mrs. Kathcrine Klapperich, 42, at the state hospital art Mt. Pleasant. Funeral services were held this morning. Her husband died a .few years ago. She is survived by one young son, Clarence, and eight brothers and sifters, John, May, Stecyville; Math May, Plymouth; Ben May, Belle \Prairie, Minn.; Mrs. Christine'Buhl, Charles City; Mrs. Margaret Bergein, Sierra Madre, Cal.; Sister M. Lydia; Sister M. Geraldine and Sister M. Gerald Funeral services were at the Sacrec Heart church, Meyer. Burial was in that cemetery. Appointed Wisconsin Assistant. ELY, Minn., i April 2. UP)--Ap- TOintment 'of R. B. McKennnn, federal forest ranger at the Superior national forest, as assistant supervisor of-Wisconsin national forests, has been announced here. Mr.'.McKennan, who has represented the government in logging operations In the forest will 'make his headquarters of Park Palis, Wis. HERE and THERE Project Session Held. RUDD--The al day project meeting was held at the Fred Lacoate home. Mrs. Myrtle Jacobs was the leader. A fireless cooker vvas made and food cooked in it. Home From Grinnell. , BELMOND -- Randall Klem'me came home Monday from Grinnell for his spring vacation. New Hours Announced. RUDD--Commencing 9pril 1 the banking hqurs at the Farmers State bank are from 8 to 12 and from 1 to 4 with closed lunch hours 12 to 1. Are Parents of Son. CLARICIN--Mr. and ' Mrs.' Ed Schumpp are the parents of a son, Edward William. Mrs. Schumpp was the former Miss Mayme Reir. Improves at Hospital. GARNER -- Mrs. O. K. Maben, who has been seriously ill at Park hospital, Mason City, is Really Improved and was able to be brot to her home this week. Rudd W. F. M. S. Meets. RUDD--Nineteen members of the W. P. M. S. and six guests met Wednesday afternoon at the Ed Bartz home. Mrs. Nellie Roberts had charge of the lesson. Are From Illinois. GREENE--The Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Tindall and family of Wyanet. Til., are guests of relatives here this week. They will visit at Aredale before returning home. Progress Club Meets. BELMOND--Mra. O. T. Jacobson ·vas hostess to the Progress club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Clifford Tohnson was the leader, of a nature itudy lesson. Miss Henrietta Pals Tave a lesson on "Gardens of Famous Americans." Mrs. C. I. Williams discussed insect pests which have come in from abroad In alarming numbers; Mrs. H. F. Luick discussed how nature teaches harmony from various angles..Mrs. Johnson gave a brief talk on state flowers. Lions Club Entertained. BANCROFT--Lions club was entertained at a dinner at the Bradley hall Tuesday evening. Student Comes Home. BANCROFT--Eugene Nurre arrived home" Tuesday evening to spend a week's vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nurre. Eugene is attending St. John's university at Collegevlile Minn. ' , ' Lesson Is Given. GARNER--Miss Alice Mae Cole, home demonstration leader for Hancock and Cerro Gordo counties, gave a lesson in the E. T. Boehnke home on "Food For the Sick" with cmohasls in "How to Co-operatr With the Doctor." Sixteen women attended. They will in turn pass the lesson on 1 to other groups in Concord township. 3 SOUTH FEDERAL 3 SOUTH FEDERAL EASTER FASHIONS DIRECT FROM OUR NEW YORK HEADQUARTERS At the Lowest Prices Ever Quoted! Every style, every material, every color--is positively BRAND NEW! 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